Psychology 1002 (PSYC1002)

UNIT OF STUDY

Psychology 1002 is a further general introduction to the main topics and methods of psychology, and it is the basis for advanced work as well as being of use to those not proceeding with the subject. Psychology 1002 covers the following areas: human mental abilities; learning, motivation and emotion; visual perception; cognitive processes; abnormal psychology. This unit is also offered in the Sydney Summer School. For more information consult the web site: http://sydney.edu.au/summer_school/

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Classes

Three 1 hour lectures and one 1 hour tutorial per week, plus 1 hour per week of additional web-based (self-paced) material related to the tutorial.

Assessment

One 2.5 hour exam, one 1250 word research report, multiple tutorial tests, experimental participation (100%)

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